Well, maybe more like Getting Close to Getting Gotti…but no cigar from the Teflon Don. Advertisements
The grade Z drive-in double feature no one has been asking for!
A mythic fantasy…shot in laconic, bare-knuckled, tough-as-shoe leather “realistic” style, with one central message: you gotta fight to survive…any way you can.
Sony’s Choice Collection, their manufactured-on-demand DVD service for old Columbia Pictures library and cult titles, is still pumping out the discs, including one just right for these warm summer nights: Drive-In, the 1976 Columbia Pictures sleeper hit featuring a largely unfamiliar cast of fresh faces.
Good ‘ol Mare. I had to poke around all the way up into the 1990s to find a TV movie where Mary Tyler Moore is menaced (apparently she was too good to do cheap actioners during her series’ heyday, unlike Cloris Leachman in 1973’s Dying Room Only & Valerie Harper in 1977’s Night Terror): ABC’s… Read More ‘Payback’ (1997): Mary Tyler Moore & Ed Asner star in ill-fated reunion
Violent, pulpy gangster cartoon featuring our favorite Cro-Magnon-American actor, Charles Bronson.
We keep losing the greats. Sad news today: Cheyenne star Clint Walker died today at 90 years old. An authoritative yet surprisingly gentle giant of an actor, Walker was the kind of movie star they don’t make anymore: matinee idol handsome and tough as nails. Versatile, too (he was terrific in the sophisticated romantic comedy,… Read More ‘Yellowstone Kelly’ (1959): Fast paced, exciting Clint Walker Western